Before proceeding it is important to determine whether your product is within the scope of the cosmetics legislation. A guide to the definition of a cosmetic can be found in section ‘definition of a cosmetic’ on the CTPA website.
In summary, a Cosmetic product is a substance or mixture intended to be placed in contact with the external parts of the human body for a cosmetic purpose, be they sold in shops, through vending machines, by mail order, via the internet, applied by professionals, promotional giveaways, or made available in restaurants, hotels, spas etc.
At Guardpack, we produce many products that fall into this category including the following, Hand Wipes, Baby Wipes, Body Wipes, Skin Cleansers, Make Up Remover, Refreshing Wipes, Alcohol Free Wipes, Shampoo, Shaving Cream, Plaster & Adhesive Remover, Colognes & Perfume Wipes, Skin Soothing Wipes, After Sun, Sun Cream, Shampoo, Conditioner, Nail Varnish Remover, Footbalm & Footscrub.
Please note this list is not exhaustive and therefore if you are unsure whether your product is classed as a cosmetic please contact us.
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